We have two salt marshes, one at Battery Point and the other at Portbury Wharf.
In a biodiversity and climate crisis salt marsh is a superhero. Salt marshes are conservation areas, crucial for wildlife. They also help to protect us against global warming. Both of our salt marshes are so important they are designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
From this page you can find links to fascinating information about our salt marshes.
The reserve lies between Portishead and Royal Portbury Dock.
Access points are from Wharf Lane in Sheepway just off Junction 19 of the M5 motorway and from Portishead marina.
This website is created for and maintained by Friends of Portbury Wharf Nature Reserve.
You can contact the Friends at firstname.lastname@example.org
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